April 27, 2014

Is Obama's Asia Pivot More than Talk?

Mark Perry, The Daily Beast

The Associated Press

Abandoning our Euro-centric ways and meaningfully engaging with Asia and the Pacific means building a military that is amphibious, airborne, and mobile.

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TAGGED: United States, Asia Pivot, Barack Obama

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